Warning - conversation about cat and hairballs ensuing.
I should brush my very furry cat
And it is spring.
Hairballs are a comin'.
But I have a question and concern because...
some of the time when Cleo is throwing up
(sorry if this is gross but I gotta ask
my friends who may know)
the non-hairball part is, as of late,
Should I be concerned?
Do I need to bring her to the vet?
I have not called the vet yet
due to business
and also that I am trying to conserve money.